The Mount Hamilton Railway was built in 1895 in Hamilton, Ontario. In 1906 a new owner renamed it Wentworth Street Incline Railway. The system has two tracks with two car operation with second generation cars used after 1910.
A double wide road was paved in 1929 and the railway stopped running in 1936 when the company went bankrupt. The historic structure was vandalized and finally demolished 1949.
The site of the railway is covered by trees with a set of stairs connecting from Wentworth Street South and Charlton Street East up to Sherman Access and then again up to Upper Wentworth Street and Mountain Park Avenue. A plaque at Mountain Park Avenue is the only reminder of the incline railway.